PARIS – Automobiles Peugeot is launching a connected-car service in 10 Western European countries in April that will provide emergency and roadside assistance for the entire life of a vehicle. “We will be the first auto maker to bring about this change” to the connected car, says Hubert Tournu, who heads up the Peugeot Connect program. “We are already the leader in Europe for emergency assistance.” The system will be available as an option on the Peugeot 207 and 308 beginning in April, ...
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